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Front Page » 2014 (Page 5)

US 1 as a walking village?

US 1 as a walking village?

Miami’s mayor and city commission are backing efforts by upper eastside residents to slow the traffic on Biscayne Boulevard to make the area safer for pedestrians. Back in the day,…

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Profile: David Prodger

Profile: David Prodger

British Consul General David Prodger sees a number of similarities between the UK’s economy and that of Miami and Florida. A large part of his job is about making those…

Now that we’ve OK’d our transit plan, let’s start planning

Now that we’ve OK’d our transit plan, let’s start planning

Miami-Dade’s transportation planning runs as late as its buses. Last week commissioners sent to the state a 10-year transit plan that they’d neither studied nor discussed. They were running too…

Retail space vacancies hit all-time low

Retail space vacancies hit all-time low

Miami’s retail vacancies, already at an all-time low this past summer, have dipped even more in the past few months. In the second quarter, retail vacancies were at an unprecedented…

FYI Miami: December 11, 2014

BADIA SPICES: Local spice manufacturing giant Badia Spices Inc. is on its way to opening a second distribution facility. The Miami-Dade County Commission gave final approval for a $10.5 million…

Car exporters question port disparities

Car exporters question port disparities

Importers and exporters of motor vehicles in the Miami area are expressing dissatisfaction with what they say are differing documentation requirements at each US port. Hakan Sayin, the owner of…

Filming in Miami: December 11, 2014

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823;…

More clout on track for transit trust

Miami-Dade is considering expanding oversight by an appointed trust that advises the county commission. The Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust (CITT) reviews transportation-related expenses funded by a voter-approved half-cent sales surtax.…

Downtown rail link would cost $68 million

Downtown rail link would cost $68 million

For an existing passenger train to eventually link to downtown Miami, $68 million in public funding is needed. For years, South Florida transit agencies have wanted Tri-Rail, which now connects…

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